NHS Walk in Centre, Hospital A and E, GP merry-go-round

Ok, this is the way it is if

you are an undiagnosed COPD patient trusting your lungs to the crazy system known as the NHS.

You fall ill with a chest

infection and need to go to the doctor because you can’t take three weeks off work and get herbal and physiotherapy support.

The doctor will only see you by appointment and the nearest you can make without losing your job is about 2 weeks away. My

doc used to see people on an emergency basis. I went there 2-3 months ago for this and found that the system had changed

without warning. I was told the emergency appointments are only seen in the morning, and if I couldn’t wait, to go to the NHS

Walk-in Centre.

Now, if you have undiagnosed COPD, the Walk-in Centre doesn’t prescribe and sends you to the Accident and

Emergency who dismiss you and don’t prescribe more than an asthma pump if you were really worried you might pop your cork by

the time you can get to your doc.
This happened on Thursday 26th May 2005. SUDS 3 1/2
Setup:
“Even though I have this NHS

Merry-go-round challenge, I choose to see the humour. Even though I have this f…ing NHS stupid negligent idiotic system

feeling, I choose to enjoy the cool breeze on my face as I go on this merry-go-round. Even though I have this merry-go-round

feeling, I am doing everything I can to help others come off, I choose to laugh at the sillyness and try and change what I

can”
Reminder:
“Round and round we go”
Yawning 🙂
“Round and round we go”
This reminds me now of the fact that I have a

serious disease and that I will never be 100% cured, and that my children have suffered so much. Michelle, then aged only 8,

brought up her own sister when I fell ill.
The roundabout reminds me of the nursery rhyme about the Black

Plague.
Tapping:
“Ring a ring a rosies.. a pocket full of posies.. a tichooo a tichooo, we all fall down”
This reminds me of

happier nusery rhymes
…”like a teddy bear….. [on UA] tickle you under there”..
SUDS 0
Smiling through a veil of tears.

Tears of calm and relief.

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